PhD thesis: Robust and Scalable Noise Mitigation for Quantum Computing
Witnessing the development of noisy near-term quantum computers, it is essential to reduce the noise effects on them in order to exploit their better computational ability. It is also essential to verify the correctness of the results from those quantum devices through classical processing. The overall research vision of my PhD project is based on the improvement and integration of quantum error mitigation and quantum verification. The research direction also includes the analysis of possibilities and limitations of quantum error mitigation, which can also be seen as a quantum-classical hybrid processing. Besides, I am also interested in the quantum programming language design that would describe quantum computation in an elegant and human-friendly way.
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